BDB7912 [H7324]

[רִיק] verb Hiph`il make empty, empty out (Arabic () pour out, forth, intransitive (of water, blood, etc.); Aramaic רִיק empty, pour, in derivatives; Assyrian rê‡u, empty); — Perfect 1 singular הֲרִי֫קֹתִיLev 26:33; Mal 3:10 3 plural חֵרִיקוּ Ezek 28:7; Ezek 30:11 Imperfect 3 masculine singular יָרִיק Hab 1:17, וַיָּ֫רֶק Gen 14:14 (but see below); Imperative masculine singular הָרֵק Ps 35:8 Infinitive construct הָרִיק Isa 32:6 Participle plural מְרִיקִים Gen 42:35; Zech 4:12

1. empty vessels Gen 42:35 (E) Jer 48:12 keep empty, לְחֶרִיק נֶפֶשׁ רָעֵב Isa 32:6 (i.e. keep hungry).
2. pour out or down, rain Mal 3:10; Eccl 11:3, oil Zech 4:12.
3. empty out (i.e. draw) sword (compare Assyrian kakkê ittabbaku [passive], DlHWB 699 b) Exod 15:9 (poem), Lev 26:33 (H), Ezek 5:2; Ezek 5:12; Ezek 12:14; Ezek 28:7; Ezek 30:11 probably also Hab 1:17 (חרבו for חרמוֺ Gie We Now); of lance Ps 35:3 compare (several.) וירק חניכיו Gen 14:14 (R) led forth, < Samaritan וַיָּ֫דֶק (Aramaic דּוּק Aph`el look) i.e. mustered ᵐ5 compare Di and others, ויפקּד Ball. — In Ps 18:43 ᵐ5 ᵑ6 Hup-Now Bae read אֲדִקֵּם; so || 2Sam 22:43 MT; but De Dr < אֲרִיקֵם (see דקק). Hoph`al be emptied out from vessel : Perfect 3 masculine singular הוּרק Jer 48:11 Imperfect 2 masculine singular תּוּרַק Song 1:3 (al. 3 feminine singular; of ointment, in simile); compare also Amos 6:6, where Oort מוּרְקֵּי for מִזְרְקֵי.

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